ACUVUE® 2® COLOURS® Brand Contact Lenses
Why ask for these contacts?
Whether you want to turn heads every day, make your eyes match your mood, or just change your eye color for a special occasion, ACUVUE® 2® COLOURS® Brand Contact Lenses has a color for you. Ultra-thin and comfortable, ACUVUE® 2® COLOURS® lenses have ten natural-looking colors to choose from—with or without vision correction.
Class II UV-A and UV-B protection‡
|Features||What does it mean?|
|What's it for?||Enhancing or changing eye color||Available in ten exciting colors—with (near or farsighted) or without vision correction.|
|Replacement Schedule||Every 2 weeks (daily wear)||Remove and clean daily; then replace with a fresh pair every two weeks. Keep to your eye doctor's recommended wearing schedule with friendly reminders from ACUMINDER®.|
|UV Protection‡||Class II – blocks an average of 88% UV-A and 99% UV-B radiation||The highest UV protection available in a color contact lens. ‡Important UV information.|
|Breathability||Hydrogel material (etafilcon A)||Provides 88% of available oxygen to the open eye. Watch the history.|
|Easy Handling||Visibility tint & Inside out mark||Lenses are lightly tinted blue so you can spot them in your lens case and inserting lenses correctly every time is as easy as following the 1-2-3 mark. See what to look for.|
|Cost||Prices vary||Retail prices vary and are solely determined by your eye doctor or retailer.|
|Package Size||6 lenses per box||Get the convenience of a six-month supply with just four boxes.|
Will ACUVUE® 2® COLOURS® lenses fit your prescription?
Select the D (sometimes labeled PWR or SPH) number of your prescription from the drop down menu, then click Find out.
Find your prescription on the box end.
Can’t find a match for your prescription? Ask your eye doctor about your options.
What do the letters mean?
D or diopter (sometimes labeled PWR or SPH) is the corrective power of your lens. A minus sign (-) indicates nearsightedness, a plus sign (+) indicates farsightedness.
Other prescription parameters
BC or base curve is used to describe the curvature of the lens.
DIA or diameter is the distance across the surface of your lens.
To see the lens details for all ACUVUE® Brand Contact Lenses, download the Specification Index
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